After Verizon recently launched its LTE-enabled home broadband service it calls HomeFusion recently, it only rolled out to a few locations. Apparently, Verizon thinks that it have proven itself enough and has now decided to launch in nationally to all areas in the States with a 4G LTE signal. The blazing fast broadband service uses an external antenna to receive the signal which will then be transmitted to a Wi-Fi router for use in your very own home.
According to reports, since its launch in March, users have been reporting positive results in the form of download speeds between 5Mbps and 12 Mbps with upload speeds from 2Mbps to 5Mbps. For those of you who are suffering because the broadband in your area isn’t up to par, this would probably be a godsend. As per its launch, the prices for HomeFusion remain the same. For $60, you can use 10GB of data, $90 for 20GB and $120 for 30GB. Have any of you used HomeFusion? Let us know what you think about it if you have.
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